How technology enables people with multiple sclerosis to manage their condition

Nurses can help individuals with MS to get the most from the digital tools that can promote their independence
Technology for MS patients

Nurse consultant Karen Vernon explains how individuals with MS can get the most from the digital tools that can promote their independence

Digital technology has so much to offer people living with MS

Like everyone else, people with multiple sclerosis (MS) have had their lives changed by technology.

The ability to watch television, read, or listen to audio books on the move is now part of everyday life for many of us, along with receiving personalised recommendations from our favourite online shops. We Skype people on the other side of the world.

But technological advances in healthcare have not been as far-reaching for everyone, which is why the MS Society and Nuffield Trust have published a report looking at how data and technology can enhance care for people affected by MS.

Digital advice can reassure

The report, Improving Care for People


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